In this episode of Craftster Quickies, kittykill teaches you how to make beautiful embroidery hoop plates to decorate your home.
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In this episode of Craftster Quickies, kittykill teaches you how to whip up beautiful bath truffles!
This weekend, remake a lampshade using this great tutorial by blupaisan. She included lots of photos and step by step instructions. Her lampshade features a kitty, but yours could be any theme you choose. What a bright idea!
This weekend, look ahead to winter weather. Concerned about cold winds whipping into your home? No worries; you’ve got time to make some draft dodgers, perfect for keeping icy wind from sneaking in at the bottom of your door. Use the comprehensive tutorial by jungrrl, and don’t fear the oncoming cold!
With gift giving times ahead, I know we all like to try new things. Well, I wanted to really push myself to something I’ve never done. Soap making! I know, crazy right? Actually as soap making processes go cold process soap (commonly referred to as CPS or CP), is one of the easier more straight […]
Fall is here! I am so excited! Leaves falling, sweaters, and pumpkins! I love everything pumpkin and these Rustic Fabric Pumpkins by Phizzychick are no exception. This tutorial is easy to follow and would be a great project to do with kids. These little pumpkins are a perfect treat for school, church or Halloween parties. […]
I take my lunch to work every day and every day I add more and more plastic to the landfills with those disposal plastic sandwich bags. Melladh feels my pain and created this very clever tutorial for reusable Sandwich Wraps. By using waterproof tablecloth fabric, she creates these one of a kind wraps for your […]
During the summer when we travel it is always nice to have crafts we can take with us. Quilling is something that is easy to carry, lightweight and can be done anywhere. In the car, on a plane, on the beach, on a rainy day, etc. What is quilling you ask? Quilling is simply the […]
Lately I’ve been stalking swaps on Craftster that are for art dolls. Now keep in mind I am not a doll type person, though I appreciate the reason some collect dolls. With that said…art dolls are right up my alley. Art dolls are one of a kind pieces of art, not at all intended to […]
Once upon a time there was a Craftsterer named HSG. She wanted to create her own art journal, but had no clue where to begin. What to do she thought? I know! The Craftster tutorial portal! If you can dream it, we can show you how to make it. Everything from cooking to woodworking, there […]
This weekend, brighten up a room with a colorful bunting you make yourself! Buntings are great for birthdays, holidays, or just to give a room a little pizzazz. I’d love one in my craft room. sewhighonlife wrote up an excellent tutorial with great photos to help you make your own. Make sure you click on […]
We crafters love versatility in the products we buy. More varied uses means less money to spend to make crafts, and more is good. At least as a crafter. Resin is one of those multi-use products. Resin starts out as a liquid, usually in two parts, and hardens to a clear durable plastic. Among it’s […]
Zippered pouches are so handy to have. They can hold anything, from jewelry to makeup to crayons! Once you know how to make them, you’re going to want to make them in all sorts of fabrics and sizes. Maybe I need a zippered bag to hold all my other zippered bags! Leslieshappyheart wrote up such […]
This weekend, use this great tutorial by ulsha to make chalkboard plant markers. For indoor plants, chalk would work great; for outdoors, consider using a white paint pen so the rain won’t wash away your words. Wouldn’t one of these markers in a beautiful plant be a perfect gift for Mother’s Day?
As crafters we usually like to find items to use that have more than one use. Versatility is always inspirational in adding imagination and creating. Well, you won’t find too many products that are as versatile as polymer clay. Polymer clay or PC as some call it, can be used independently, with metal, plastic or […]